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Broken Silence (The Invisible Virgin / A Matter of Duty / Inviting…

by Maggie Shayne (Contributor)

Other authors: Eileen Wilks (Contributor), Ann Marie Winstom (Contributor)

Series: Family Secrets (Prequel SS)

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I enjoyed these novellas enough that I am currently looking for the rest of the "family secrets" books from Silhouette.

In, "The Invisibile Virgin," by Maggie Shayne, a shy socialite who is socially inept finds her social match with a rancher. In, "A Matter of Duty," by Eileen Wilks, an ex-spy comes home to his old love to find her the target of a sadistic ex-husband and helps her out while rekindling their love. In the final story, "Inviting Trouble, " by Anne Marie Winston, a spitfire who loves the land is teamed up with the man who inherited it and is trying to sell it to developers.

All three of these were satisfying reads, a bit predictible in some places, but well crafted characterization and dialogue makes up for a great deal. ( )
  sprowett | Jul 27, 2008 |
Neat. I thought this one was after the end of the series (which I still haven't read in full) - hadn't realized it was short stories setting things up. Now I'm even more interested in the series - the books I'd read before this one were good but only peripherally related, these stories started showing me how they really are parts of the larger story. Some bits overlap throughout - Jake's fiance, for instance. ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373218117, Mass Market Paperback)

The secret's out -- and people are talking!

After years of silence, evidence has surfaced of government experiments in genetic manipulation. The media has even speculated that these experiments were successful and that the extraordinary children could be anywhere . . . and anyone. Wild rumors arecircling the globe, and at the epicenter is Greenlaurel, Texas. The matriarchs of this affluent town want to allay the fears of Greenlaurel's residents and put torest the dangerous questions being asked about adopted members of their community. The Bluebonnet Ball seems like just the event to divert the town and calm their anxieties . . . or so they think.

Join reader favorites Maggie Shayne, Eileen Wilks and Anne Marie Winston for a night of festivities where dangerous secrets abound, dark pasts are exposed and passionate encounters ignite!

Five extraordinary siblings. One dangerous past.

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:06:49 -0400)

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